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Open letter to the City of Edina, Minnesota: Don’t be a part of Black Chaos

Open letter to the City of Edina, Minnesota: Don’t be a part of Black Chaos

Critical thinking and white guilt don’t mix – but someone wants them to. It’s evident in Minnesota for over 10-generations, neither create wealth nor prosperity for Black Minnesotans…what’s next? It’s self-evident that Black, Asian, and Middle Eastern men and women ought to take pride in their identities and fight for their group [...]

OMG, the Minnesota Black History Museum Building is for SALE!

OMG, the Minnesota Black History Museum Building is for SALE!

Video produced by Don Allen - Internet Marketing Social Media Concepts  Related story: The Daughter of A Man Born A Slave Just Opened The First National Black History Museum - The past isn’t even past. (09/24/2016 04:29 pm ET) Huffington Post By Don Allen, Publisher Some of you thought this was nothing but smoke and mirrors; [...]

Black Minnesotans: Is Unity a Weakness?

Black Minnesotans: Is Unity a Weakness?

By Don Allen, Publisher  Unity is not a social cabal. (photo: Family Quotes | ... Love Family Wisdom Quote - Fair Use) I’ve been to the East Coast, West Coast, down south and Canada. The black communities I engaged with wanted me to see the unique and intentional diversity, collaborations and success they had when working as a solid [...]

Minnesota Panties: Fixing the Negro Problem

Minnesota Panties: Fixing the Negro Problem

A penny for you black Minnesotans...(photo: Fair Use). If your large panties are in a bunch it’s an uncomfortable feeling; tight, restrained, pulled. Black Minnesotans are thrusted three-shades to the wind when asking for a pullup versus a handout. The powers that be have racialized the police and prefer handouts; that’s the way they keep [...]

Minnesota Lynx: Did a Black-Owned company print those murder victim T-Shirts worn at the press conference?

This is not a race-baiting question. This is asking to prove the Minnesota Lynx’s at all levels walk-the-walk and talk-the-talk. I think will already know the answers. Where does the team do business in the black community (excluding the nonprofit game)? Please hang tight with me; I have an opinion. It is my opinion -  that the black men in [...]

Police want Confrontation With Black Gun Instructor

Police want Confrontation With Black Gun Instructor

By Lucky Rosenbloom, Guest Columnist - Our Black News Mr. Lucky Rosenbloom (photo: TPT - Fair Use). Saint Paul, Minn. -  On the night of the Black Lives Matter protests on July 9, and into the early morning hours of July 10, two Anoka County Sheriff Deputies were assigned to block traffic between Central and St. Anthony on Dale [...]

Minnesota Murder: Black people are killed daily by “Like Enforcement”

Minnesota Murder: Black people are killed daily by “Like Enforcement”

It’s more powerful than a gang shooting; more violent that black-on-black crime. No police involved shooting can match the power of opportunity violence in Minnesota Nice and the obstructions and denial of economic, educational and life success. By Don Allen, Publisher – Our Black News Killing a dream is a slow death – it takes many [...]

Black Minnesota Men: It’s obvious, our Punk Black Leadership cannot protect us against police

Black Minnesota Men: It’s obvious, our Punk Black Leadership cannot protect us against police

Tonight another black man was killed in Falcon Heights by a police officer that does not need to be in law enforcement. The revolution starts NOW! By Don Allen, Publisher – Our Black News Minnesota Saint Paul, Minn. - Tonight at approximately 10:45 I was tagged via Facebook with a live video feed of a black man, who allegedly had a permit [...]

MnDOT says NO! to Minnesota’s Black Women Owned Businesses

MnDOT says NO! to Minnesota’s Black Women Owned Businesses

The Whole of Zeroness. In spite of governor Mark Dayton’s black hires, black women and their business cannot catch a break from the brothers and sister “overseers.” Hell, that’s how the plantation is run. See report below this post. By Don Allen and Lennie Chism. Publisher and Guest Columnist St. Paul, Minn. - In breaking news, [...]

Letter: The black community isn’t doing enough

Letter: The black community isn’t doing enough

by Michael Graves, Originally posted on the Times-News 6.18.16 (photo: Times-News - Fair Use) I watched at a recent Burlington Housing Authority event where volunteers were being recognized for their work and The Holy Comforter Church had adopted Newlin Elementary School. Newlin is around 95 percent low income and minority and the Holy [...]

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